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May 23, 2017

Creating Effective, Repeatable, & Usable Code Demos

The more presentations I give at events, the more time I spend working on methods to provide attendees the best experience both during and after. I've recently adopted a new process for all code-samples that improves the experiences for attendees and myself.

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Feb 24, 2017

Take Control of Code Coverage Analysis with Exclusions

Getting an accurate picture of your true unit test coverage can be almost impossible when auto-generated, or other similar code is introduced. For example, projects with EF Migrations enabled can get blasted as not-covered. Let us look at methods to improve this reporting.

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Jan 30, 2017

Finding Performance Settings in DNN 9.x

DNN Platform version 9.x introduced a new PersonaBar, and as part of that process, moved all settings to new locations making them harder to find. This post shows where you can find the most important performance settings.

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Jan 25, 2017

Using Entity Framework With Legacy Databases

We would all love to work with only new development, however, we know that isn't possible. Although we might be working with legacy code, or databases we can still work to leverage new technology even if bound by old semantics and standards.

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